Browns waiting on answer from Joe Thomas, considering Nate Solder pursuit

The Browns continue to wait for an answer from left tackle Joe Thomas, but they are running out of time if they want to find his replacement in free agency.

The longer Thomas’ decision goes, the Browns believe the more likely Thomas’ retirement becomes, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. That could send Cleveland in pursuit of Nate Solder.

The above statement says more about the young man than anything else he did during Wednesday’s throwing session.聽

Wide receiver Deon Cain once looked like a future first-round pick, but his 2017 performance trended downward鈥攁nd it’s continued into the predraft process.聽

As a sophomore, Cain led the national championship-winning Clemson Tigers by averaging 19.1 yards per catch (among those with 10 or more receptions). The then-20-year-old managed five catches for 94 yards in the title game against the Alabama聽Crimson Tide.聽

Youth Ryan White Jersey Humphries caught on with the Bucs in 2015 as an undrafted free agent and has carved out a productive spot for himself in the slot. He’s caught 143 passes for 1,513 yards and four touchdowns in his three seasons with the team. He stands to make $2.941 million under the terms of the tender.

Glanton was not tendered at any level, but signed a one-year deal with the team. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports it is a $790,000 salary with a $250,000 signing bonus.

Drew Stanton has backed up three No. 1 overall picks in his eight-year NFL career, and he’s about to back up his fourth.

The Browns agreed to terms Sunday night on a two-year deal with Stanton, who’s backed up Carson Palmer since 2013.
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